Reader Review: I like almost all of sarah mayberry's books, but this one wasn't as touching as previous ones I've read. Still it was an enjoyable story and obviously a red hot romance. Worth a read.
It's been eight years since Tory Sanderson has seen Ben Cooper--eight years since she found out he seduced her to win a bet with some classmates at the prestigious Culinary Institute of America, and eight years since she got her revenge....
After fulfilling her dream of publishing a cookbook of island recipes, Tory is thrilled when she's invited on a Caribbean cruise as a guest lecturer. But excitement turns to anxiety when she finds out that Ben, who is now a celebrated restaurateur, will join her as the guest chef.
Ben accepted the guest chef gig in order to enjoy a week of Tory sweating it out in the kitchen. But once the heat starts to climb, getting even turns out to be the last thing on his mind. In fact, picturing a future with Tory in his kitchen might add just the right amount of spice to his life....
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|Title of Romance eBook: Island Heat|
|Release Date: 03-01-2008|
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|Publisher: Harlequin Mediterranean Nights|
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Pushing a hand through her straight blond hair, Tory started to unpack. She didn't really hate her new tropical wardrobe. Deep inside she knew that. But she was feeling frustrated and oddly depressed. As she hung her sundresses in the closet in the stateroom she'd been assigned, she forced herself to remember that she was on a luxurious cruise ship, about to sail into the Caribbean for ten sun-filled days. There were about a million worse places to be, and not many better.
Back in New York, for example, it was snowing. People were wearing gloves, scarves and hats and tucking their faces into their turned-up collars as they trudged to work. They could see their breath in the air, for Pete's sake.
And she was about to explore sunny, exotic St. Bart's and Grenada and the Bahamas. What was wrong with her?
She didn't have to go far to unearth the source of her downer: her father. At twenty-nine, she should have been used to his unenthusiastic reactions to her good news. It was his way, that was all.
He rarely lavished praise on anything or anyone, and his only daughter was no exception. All her life he'd greeted her successes with a nod of acknowledgment and little more. When she'd been accepted into the prestigious Cuisine Institute of America to do her chef's training, she'd expected champagne corks and back pats from him. She'd been followi...
Title: Island Heat
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I like almost all of sarah mayberry's books, but t
April 27, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from Seattle, WA USA
I like almost all of sarah mayberry's books, but this one wasn't as touching as previous ones I've read. Still it was an enjoyable story and obviously a red hot romance. Worth a read.
This book was fun and a nice light read. A little
November 22, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Hockley, TX US
This book was fun and a nice light read. A little predictable, but a good easy fun read.
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